How to Work in Denmark: Updated Edition

Tips on looking for a job in Denmark, understanding Danish business etiquette, and working for a Danish manager

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Publisher Description

If you’re feeling underpaid, under-challenged, or stressed out in your current employment market, there are a lot of good reasons to work in Denmark.


Working hours are reasonable, giving you plenty of time with your family if you have one and more time for hobbies and friends if you don’t.


Denmark’s high-tech, high-end industries offer plenty of quality projects, plus the resources and equipment to get them done right.


Salaries are good, too, although a large chunk of your income will go to taxes and housing costs, particularly in Aarhus and Copenhagen.


The famous Danish social welfare state will provide for your basic medical care as soon as you arrive. Once you spend some time in the country, you’ll also be eligible for free further-education courses or even a master’s degree.


If you have children, you’ll find the primary school system to be high-quality and low-pressure, with an emphasis on emotional intelligence and the practical use of knowledge.


Should you be considering starting a family, you and your partner will be offered up to a year of paid time off, split between you, to spend time with your new baby.


Still, Denmark sometimes has trouble attracting internationals, for a number of reasons.


This book will give you an honest look at both the advantages of working in Denmark and the disadvantages of working in Denmark, and help you decide if a job in Denmark is right for you. 

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2022
November 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
144
Pages
PUBLISHER
KXMGroup
SELLER
Kay Xander Mellish
SIZE
2.6
MB

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